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On the metro by 8 am and down to Hongqiao Station where we farewell Shanghai.
10 am departure - we are in carriage 5 (2nd class but more legroom than on the plane)
"We welcome you to train Harmony"
Top speed 301km/hr, typical cruising speed about 280 km/hr
From the train we saw:
Cranes, cranes, cranes and more cranes.... building ....
Apartment blocks....more than could be counted
... end to an amazing day!
We made our way back to the taxi driver and picked up some souvenirs along the way of course. After the long bus ride back, we took the subway with one transfer to the station closest to our hostel, named Dragon King Hostel.
I just want to go on a tangent here and say our first hostel in a really long time and we could not be more happy with what they had to offer. The service, the bar & cafe had ...
... on sticks and a dizzying array of other street snacks. The street is strung with Chinese lanterns and completely filled to the rafters with people. I decided that this being more of a tourist trap than authentic Chinese cuisine that I would give the food on offer here a miss (or maybe I just wussed out...). Either way we did eat some more traditional fare including a tasty tofu broth in a local restaurant near the university and of course you can't come to ...
... located 15 Kms northwest of the city. It has suffered numerous natural and military rampages since its 1750 original construction but is well restored and reflects justification of its 1998 Wold Heritage site ranking. Interestingly the Dowager ate press embezzled navy funds to reconstruct it as a resort in which to spend the rest of her life. Unfortunately the smog or fog was pretty thick and our views were not as spectacular as they probably can be.
... very popular for Koreans, and you can tell, by the amount of Korean restaurants just about outnumbering the Chinese ones. Once Sammy's friends heard that I had not been to a Karaoke place before, they insisted on taking me. After finding out that the weekend didn't suit everyone, we went straight from the restaurant to the Karaoke place. They are very popular in Beijing. The one we went to hired out private rooms, which was a good, safe ...